English should be enough to communicate in Poland, at least I think so Unfortunately Polish Tatras are incredibly crowded - in the summer they are by far most crowded mountain range I've ever been to (which says a lot). Don't go there in July and August if you don't like it. June and September are better, part of May and October can be fine as well. In Slovakia it's better (less people) even in the middle of summer (still, less doesn't mean few people, more and more Poles go there).No, grew up in Santiago de Chile and as a kid always missed those mountains when I came here to the near of Stuttgart.Always got those vibes back when I was in Innsbruck where I’m quite often due to several reasons. Was just there again for a day last weekend and could enjoy closing ACC threads in the mountains late night.
Never been to Peru sadly, that’s for sure my goal once I hit the 30s and have some money. As for now Tatry mountains are my next place to be there, wanted to visit them from both sides. Sadly my Polish is really basic, hope you get through with English don’t you?
Best time to visit Berchtesgaden is especially late April to start June, been there once in August and it was incredibly crowded. I dislike to be next to mountains or even wandering on them when theyre surrounded by too many
This year for example one day thousands of people visited Morskie Oko (lake in Polish Tatras) but at the same time a few km away, on Slovakian side, I was hiking on a trail with very few people. Even on summer days some trails are calmer but one has to know which one